Daylight Saving Time and Health

Spring ahead – fall back.  It’s something we deal with twice a year.  If you’re like me “fall back” and gain an hour of sleep is much more easy to deal with than losing that much-needed hour in the spring.  Now medical researchers are finding that beyond just being tired from losing that beloved hour of sleep there are negative health effects associated with Daylight Saving Time.

WebMd explains some of the effects and ways to help you recover and cope.  

posted by – Susan, Health Reference Services

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